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Finnart Torfoot Steading, Drumclog, Lanarkshire South, ML10 6QG

5 bedroom semi-detached for sale


Property Details

 Hemmings Hanlon Clark are delighted to offer to the market a beautifully converted, Modern 5 bedroom semi detached steading in semi rural village of Drumclog. Minutes drive from Strathaven.  

  This unique property has been developed with a traditional U shape courtyard to the rear with the property internally offering a nice open plan design.  The property would make the ideal family home and offers a well proportioned layout.  The property is finished to a very high standard throughout with fresh neutral décor and quality floor coverings.     The accommodation on offer is split over two levels, with the lower level comprising a welcoming entrance hallway, a bright and very spacious lounge with French doors giving access to the large front garden which has recently been fully landscaped, modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, utility room, master bedroom with en suite shower room and a downstairs cloakroom.  On the upper level you will find a further 4 bedrooms and a thee piece contemporary style family bathroom.  Features of the property include double glazing and excellent stoarge.  Externally the property has large front garden with laid lawn and perimeter fence, a driveway with allocated parking and a garage.     The selling agent recommends early internal inspection to fully appreciate the size and standard of accommodation available and to avoid disappointment.   Location: Situated in a semi rural location in Drumclog which is just off the A71 Strathaven/Kilmarnock Road and minutes drive from the historic market town of Strathaven, in the Avon Valley, is a picturesque town with a bustling country village feel. On the banks of Powmillion Burn, Strathaven is a superb location and hosts Scotland's only annual Hot Air Balloon Festival, which is held mid August, and has a fascinating mix of shops, coffee houses, restaurants, pubs, a 3-star hotel designed by Robert Adam Jnr in the 18th century, and is well catered for with Salisbury's supermarket and modern leisure centre. The towns focal point is the stunning market square, known as the Common Green, which enjoys a prime position for access to all the shops and amenities on offer 

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

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Property priced under valuation by: £10,005

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  • Property added on 12 August 2015
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